(also Germanic, Nordic or Scandinavian Mythology) is the mythology of Scandinavian peoples. Like many ancient mythologies, the Norse myths were handed downverbally for many years. Most of our understanding of Norse myths comes from later recordingsof the stories into written word.The Norse people considered two major classes of gods: the Æsir and the Vanir, as well asseveral other mythical beings, including giants. Norse Mythology centers largely around theapproaching catastrophic doom of the gods, Ragnarok. All the Norse gods know that Ragnarok iscoming. They know what will happen, that they (and their enemies) will die. Norse Mythology issomewhat unique in this respect — the gods’ ultimate destiny on the battlefield is a tribute to thewarrior’s pride of the Vikings.
Æsir | Norse Mythology
(also aesir, means 'gods')The Æsir are one of the two groups of deities in Norse mythology - the Æsir and the Vanir. The Æsir are associated with war, power and death, while the Vanir are of growth and fertility.
Angrboda | Norse Mythology
(also Angerboda)Angrboda was a frost giantess and a mistress of Loki who gave birth to three monsters -Fenrir ,
Bestla | Norse Mythology
Bestla was a giantess, the wife of Bor and the mother of Odin, Vili and Vé.
Bor | Norse Mythology
(also Bur)Bor was a giant, the son of Buri. No mother of Bor was ever mentioned, and it is not clear howhe was actually concieved. Bor had a wife, Bestla, with whom he had three sons:Vili,Veand